karhunhammas at Lserv.com
Tue Jan 8 14:11:15 EST 2008
On Sun, 6 Jan 2008, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-01-06 at 14:23 -0800, Beartooth wrote:
>> What I know about virtualization would go in a gnat's
>> eye. Where I start??
> See earlier post for some general info. You can get the most
> bang out of virtualization if your machine is somewhat newer
> and supports virtualization extensions (AMD processors call
> this "V" or "SVM," and Intel calls it "VT"). If I recall
> correctly, you can read the /proc/cpuinfo file and look for the
> "vmx" flag to see if your processor has these extensions.
Certainly not the testbed nor the #2 machine I'm on now;
my main #1 is currently recovering from an M$ attack ... (I had
had to boot it to XP to run my proprietary GPS/topo map
> That's the document I used to set up my first KVM stuff on this
KVM?? KVM to me is a switch -- hardware ....
> However, note that there are references at the very beginning
> you will want to follow if you are new to virtualization, so
> you can understand the fundamentals. There's also this one, if
> you want to use e.g. CentOS 5.1 as your host OS:
I'll look at 'em; thanks!
Beartooth Paganus, Staffwright, Sciurivore
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